The upcoming mission of Space Shuttle Atlantis will resume assembly of the International Space Station.
Give your students a NASA mission and get them excited about science.
As a child, Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper wanted to fly. As a member of the STS-115 crew, she'll fly higher than she dreamed.› Read Students K-4
Find out what astronauts wear in space.
Match the pictures and learn about the STS-115 crew.› View this interactive feature
Find out how the space shuttle gets ready for launch.
Astronauts onboard the ISS work to improve life on Earth and extend life beyond our planet.
Learn more about NASA's plans to go to the moon, Mars and beyond.
Roll over the flight days to see what activities are scheduled.› View this interactive feature
Read about the crew and how they prepared for their September 2006 mission in this interactive feature.
Move the space kid around to see STS-115 mission pictures.› View this interactive feature
Find images and videos on the STS-115 mission.
The launch was scrubbed due to a lightning strike at the pad on Friday.› View This Video
The STS-115 crew conducted prelaunch exercises at the Kennedy Space Center.
Search the online catalog for education resources.
See these educational resource pages associated with previous missions.